Twitter | Search | |
ArtReview
ArtReview, the independent critical voice in contemporary art, was founded in 1949. ArtReview Asia was founded in 2013.
10,457
Tweets
3,250
Following
284,509
Followers
Tweets
ArtReview 21h
No mag is an island: collaborations with Amsterdam Art, Fundacion Casa Wabi and Modern Forms
Reply Retweet Like
ArtReview 23h
Turkey detains journalists, academics linked to jailed activist in latest crackdown on freedom of expression:
Reply Retweet Like
ArtReview Nov 16
ArtReview x Amsterdam Art conference, 22 Nov. 1st panel: Meskerem Assegued (Zoma, Addis Ababa), Imara Limon (Amsterdam Museum), Clémentine Deliss (Hello World ), Victor Wang (Institute of Asian Performance Art ). Details:
Reply Retweet Like
ArtReview Nov 15
In the November issue, ArtReview’s 17th edition of the Power 100 list is the magazine’s annual ranking of the international contemporary artworld’s 100 most in influential people, featuring a project by Kara Walker. Plus Simon Njami, Ekaterina Degot and James Bridle on the i…
Reply Retweet Like
ArtReview retweeted
Gagosian Nov 9
 Asia reviewed 's "Mumbling Mud" at the K11 Art Museum, Shanghai, describing her approach to the installation as one that extends her practice into forms that are neither painterly nor sculptural, but somewhere in between:
Reply Retweet Like
ArtReview retweeted
Revista Código Nov 13
José Kuri y Mónica Manzutto, y Pablo León de la Barra aparecen este año en la lista «2018 Power 100» de personas más influyentes del arte contemporáneo que publica la revista
Reply Retweet Like
ArtReview retweeted
Frith Street Gallery Nov 14
are on the cover of Asia's Winter Issue. Read their interview with about their current installation at , Colchester, and their curated exhibition currently on view at :
Reply Retweet Like
ArtReview Nov 15
"I am sceptical of art that fosters unity." Apichatpong Weerasethakul on being nominated for the prize:
Reply Retweet Like
ArtReview Nov 9
Arin Rungjang’s ‘Shooting an Elephant and The Leader’ 2018, detail from video installation at the 12th Shanghai Biennale November 10, 2018 at 06:53AM
Reply Retweet Like
ArtReview Nov 9
Mikael Rakowitz’s Entamena sculpture from ‘The Invisible Enemy Should Not Exist (Recovered, Missing, Stolen series)’ at the 12th Shanghai Biennale November 10, 2018 at 06:48AM
Reply Retweet Like
ArtReview retweeted
HKW Nov 9
Das HKW gratuliert Anselm Franke (Kurator und HKW-Bereichleiter Bildende Kunst und Film) Hito Steyerl (Videokünstlerin) und Eyal Weizman (Forensic Architecture)!
Reply Retweet Like
ArtReview retweeted
Nat Muller Nov 9
Glad to see influential theorists, curators of colour, artists and even the movement as new entries to Power 100 rather than the art market dominating this list again. A waft of spring maybe? /ArtReview
Reply Retweet Like
ArtReview Nov 9
This artist has been named the world's 'most influential' | Evening Standard
Reply Retweet Like
ArtReview Nov 9
movement named third in art world power list | CNN
Reply Retweet Like
ArtReview Nov 9
The 2018 edition of ArtReview’s Power 100 list revealed -
Reply Retweet Like
ArtReview Nov 9
movement in at number three on Art Review’s Power 100 list | The Art Newspaper
Reply Retweet Like
ArtReview retweeted
Eddy Frankel Nov 9
Can't fucking believe I'm not on this. I demand a recount and to be listed as number 69.
Reply Retweet Like
ArtReview retweeted
Matthew Anderson Nov 9
Some of the art world's biggest egos will be stewing with rage this morning 😆 
Reply Retweet Like
ArtReview retweeted
Michael Huber Nov 9
Fight the power! Celebrate power! Making sense of for
Reply Retweet Like
ArtReview Nov 9
"Power 100"-Ranking: Das sind die Mächtigsten der Kunstwelt via
Reply Retweet Like